Developing Egypt: Monetarism vs National Credit – the New Paradigm



This week’s show features the participation of Hussein Askary, an organizer for economic development in the world, with a focus on the Middle East. Askary, a long-time associate of Lyndon LaRouche, discusses the successes and challenges facing Egypt, as a case study for the dueling economic paradigms of the present. Development cannot occur within a monetarist straitjacket, but requires the credit approach of the Lyndon LaRouche–Alexander Hamilton “Four Laws.”

For more on the Four Laws, see:
Hussein Askary’s proposal for Egyptian economic independence
Alexander Hamilton’s four reports to the Congress

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